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Women In-Depth: Conversations about the Inner Lives of Women

Listen in as therapists, coaches, writers, and other experts explore the inner lives of women: their struggles, fears, hopes, & dreams. This podcast is about cultivating a conversation around the uncomfortable, uncertain, and unknown aspects of a woman's experience. Through interviews and stories, Lourdes Viado, PhD, MFT goes beneath the surface and takes a deeper look at relationships, motherhood, self-acceptance, authenticity, aging, healing, suffering, loss, and other areas connected to the emotional and psychological well-being of women. We will be cultivating conversation around the entire experience of being a woman, with all its different aspects.
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Feb 22, 2018

Dr. Rachna Patel has been practicing in the area of Medical Marijuana for half-a-decade now - since 2012.

She step-by-step walks patients through how to use medical marijuana for their specific medical condition without getting high off of it, without getting addicted to it, and without smoking it.

She speaks from the experience of having treated thousands of patients and having thoroughly reviewed the medical research on marijuana.

She completed her medical studies at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine (Vallejo, California) and her undergraduate studies at Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois).

You can learn more about the work she does at www.DrRachnaPatel.com

  • What conditions do you commonly treat?
  • What results have you seen in the patients that you've treated with medical marijuana?
  • How exactly does marijuana relieve pain?
  • How does marijuana reduce inflammation?
  • How is it possible to use medical marijuana without getting high off it?
  • Are there ways to use medical marijuana other than smoking it?
  • Is marijuana addictive?
  • Who should not use medical marijuana?

Resources

Website

YouTube

Twitter: @DrRachnaPatel

Other Media

Why I Decided to Become a Medical Marijuana Doctor

Q&A about medical marijuana

Dr. Donald Abrams Cannabinoid-Opioid Interaction in Chronic Pain Study

 

Feb 15, 2018

Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Laura Beann, LCSW, a therapist specializing in Psycho-Shamanic Counseling.

Laura recognizes that there are unseen resources to assist in healing and helps client discover those resources; explore the material of dreams; and reconnect with lost parts of themselves.

Laura was nudged by her helping spirits to commit to a shamanic path when a powerful initiatory experience changed her life. Laura believes that accessing and befriending spirit guides provides empowerment and healing. Her own experience of shamanic healing led her to complete a three-year shamanic training and initiation.

Laura’s shamanic and social work training includes Julie M. Kramer’s Three Year Initiation and Professional Training. Laura has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver and clinical training in co-occurring disorders and medical social work.

Laura is also a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies (FSS).

Today, Laura is based in Santa Rosa, California where she provides psychoshamanic work for individuals and facilitates shamanic group work and retreats. She offers sessions in-person, phone, and video counseling over Zoom.

 

Full show notes available at lourdesviado.com

 

Feb 8, 2018

Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Dalila Jusic-LaBerge, LMFT. Dalila specializes in working with accomplished women, who yearn for love but feel lost in romantic relationships. She helps them heal, connect to their own emotions, develop intuition, and be ready to connect on a deeper emotional level with loved ones.

Dalila is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with an MA degree in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Prior to her graduate work in clinical psychology, she attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she completed her BA in psychology and worked in research involving health psychology. She has been practicing in this field for over nine years.

Born and raised overseas, she has traveled around the world and met many people from different cultures. She came to the United States, where she completed her formal higher education and training. Her diverse life experience taught her that happiness is a skill and it can be learned and practiced daily. She loves working with divorced women, helping them grow to become their true self from where they can enjoy loving and respectful relationships.

 

Full show notes available at www.lourdesviado.com 

 

Feb 8, 2018

Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Dalila Jusic-LaBerge, LMFT. Dalila specializes in working with accomplished women, who yearn for love but feel lost in romantic relationships. She helps them heal, connect to their own emotions, develop intuition, and be ready to connect on a deeper emotional level with loved ones.

Dalila is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with an MA degree in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Prior to her graduate work in clinical psychology, she attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she completed her BA in psychology and worked in research involving health psychology. She has been practicing in this field for over nine years.

Born and raised overseas, she has traveled around the world and met many people from different cultures. She came to the United States, where she completed her formal higher education and training. Her diverse life experience taught her that happiness is a skill and it can be learned and practiced daily. She loves working with divorced women, helping them grow to become their true self from where they can enjoy loving and respectful relationships.

 

Full show notes available at www.lourdesviado.com 

 

Feb 1, 2018

Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Marilyn Steele, PhD. Marilyn is a Jungian psychologist, author, speaker, and painter. Her work is dedicated to helping women access their wild feminine and return wild feminine power to the world.

Marilyn has worked with hundreds of patients and students in her 30 years as a Jungian psychotherapist and teacher, in their journeys of healing and learning - to connect with their wild souls to restore vitality, renew creativity, replenish joy.

As a writer and speaker, she has woven a new story of the Self from her thirty years of original research into women’s lives, feminist epistemology, new science, and Jungian archetypal psychology.

Marilyn’s career began with education, and progressed to psychology, art, writing and speaking.  She completed her Master’s of Education from The Raskob Institute in 1979 and worked with gifted adolescents with learning disabilities.  She later returned to school for her Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA, concentrating on female psychology and the evolution of consciousness.

During her career as a Jungian psychologist, Marilyn also taught at graduate schools and provided continuing education for psychotherapists on the topics of female psychology and re-visioning the self.

 
Full show notes available at www.lourdesviado.com 
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